GAA World Games

The first International GAA played was the Tailteann Games of 1924-1932, and this was followed by the 1947 All-Ireland Football Final, which was held in New York.

In the 1950s the St. Brendan’s Cup finals were held between New York and the National Football League & National Hurling League winners. In the 1960s there was the World Championship Cup between New York & The All-Ireland Champions.

From thereon New York & London played in the All-Ireland Championship in Football and London, Warwickshire & Lancashire in the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard & Lory Meaghar Cups.

The World Games is the latest development in the GAA’s World Programme: It is essentially a Provincial Championship for the Americas (New York, United States & Canada in Americas – Native Cup) & World Counties (Europe, Australasia, Asia & Middle East – Irish Cup) with development programmes in Russia, Africa, Caribbean, Latin America & Argentina.

GAA World Games Native Cups

GAA World Games Native Cups

GAA World Games Hurling Native Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Football Native Cup (Years): 2016

GAA World Games Camogie Native Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Ladies Gaelic Native Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Football (Years): 2015

GAA World Games Men’s Football Shield (Editions): 2015

GAA International Tournament Zone 3 Hurling (Editions): 2013

Picture Credit: [3] GAA Twitter (2016) CpvOaCkXYAAe3eW – Photo – August 13, 2016 [Internet] Available from: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CpvOaCkXYAAe3eW?format=jpg&name=4096×4096 [Accessed 22 November 2020]

GAA World Games Irish Cups

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GAA World Games Football Irish Cup (Years): 2016

GAA World Games Hurling Irish Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Camogie Irish Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Ladies Gaelic Irish Cup (Years): 2016 2019

Picture Credit: [4] Middle East GAA (2020) 9a2cdf91587bfc69cf6e56ee248bcdee8d5a8767 [Internet] Available from: https://sportlomo-userupload.s3.amazonaws.com/uploaded/galleries/10289_uploaded/9a2cdf91587bfc69cf6e56ee248bcdee8d5a8767.jpg [Accessed 6 December 2020]